Category: January 2022

Spotlight on Advertiser: Small Hole. Big Light!

David Taylor Let there be light! If you walk into any room of your house in the middle of the day and have to turn on a light to overcome the darkness and brighten it up, then Solatube is the solution you have been seeking. After having one installed you will ask yourself, “How does…

Jewish War Veterans Welcomes Administrator for Homeless Veterans

Sunday morning, Jan. 16, Jewish War Veterans (JWV) Copper State Post 619 will welcome speaker Joselyn Wilkinson, who serves as the homeless veteran program administrator for the State of Arizona and the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services. Arizona is in the top three of fastest growing states in the country. With this, accompanied by inflation,…

Road Runner Blues Band Playing for Dance Club January 12

Cherie Bates Join your friends and neighbors for fabulous music, fun, and dancing at the Robson Ranch Dance Club (RRDC) “Snow Ball” featuring live music by the Road Runner Blues Band—a fantastic local band that provides a variety of dance and fun listening and toe-tapping music. The January concert and dance is on Wednesday, Jan.…

The Serve

David Zapatka Quoting from Pickleball Fundamentals: Master the basics and compete with confidence by Mary Littlewood, when hitting a serve, “contact must be made below the waist, which is defined as level with the navel.” Further, International Federation of Pickleball (IFP) Official Tournament Rulebook rule 4.A1 states the arm ‘must be moving in an upward arc’ and that…

Some U.S. Navy History

Ross Dunfee Prior to the American Revolution, the colonies had no naval forces, but did have a large maritime population and many merchant vessels employed in domestic and foreign trade. That merchant service was familiar not only with the sea but also with warfare. On Oct. 13, 1775, the Continental Congress authorized the first Navy.…

Needle Crafters Helping Others Stay Warm

Diana Oleson The craft fair was a huge success. The Needle Crafters’ proceeds are going to Eloy Elementary School to purchase warm coats for students in need. Thank you for helping us make this possible. The Needle Crafters need your help! If anyone is interested in knitting or crocheting for charity, I could use some…

Benefit Gala for His Marine Ministries at Robson Ranch

His Marine Ministries, Inc., located in Arizona City is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. They are a nondenominational faith-based organization. The founder, the late Pastor Rick Fruge, was a United States Marine. He later served as a pastor/evangelist for more than 20 years. The name of the organization was inspired by his service to the Marines. Pastor…

Arizona Red and Pink Hats Sparkle at State Convention

Glamour and glitz is back on March 5, 2022! We hope you will join us for this fun Red Hat Society–Arizona Chapters event from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the San Tan Ballroom at the Cottonwood Clubhouse in Sun Lakes. The convention is hosted by Desert Ya Ya’s and Chapeaux Rouge, along with hosts Queen…

11th Annual Robson Trap Trials February 11

The Casa Grande Trap and Skeet Club will be hosting the Robson Communities annual trap shoot on Friday, Feb. 11. Three rounds of trap singles will be shot. Awards for the winning Robson Community team will be determined by the aggregate score of the top five shooters from each Robson community. The event starts with…